Last Updated on January 13, 2022
81 million vote-receiving Joe Biden struggled to form sentences, incoherently rambled, and mumbled several non-english utterances during his latest COVID-19 announcement this morning.
Joe Biden, the President who apparently won 81 million votes in the 2020 election, dealt with considerable struggle during his latest COVID-19 announcements this morning.
While he attempted to speak English, Biden met serious challenges when it came to putting words together and pronouncing them to make sentences.
“You can find the nearest testing sights for you by Googling ‘COVID test near me.’ Google ‘COVID test near me,'” Biden said.
“And to help lead our federal testing program, I’ve topped, I-I-I-I, I’ve top-I’ve, excuse me, I’ve tapped, uh, Dr. Tom [inaudible], I hope I pronounced [inaudible] Ingelsby, correct? Is that right?” he glitched.
Biden, known for his intricate linguistic coherence, waged a hard-fought campaign against what seemed to be a formidable teleprompter.
The moving text appeared to a daunting foe, but the President did not relent, rigorously attempting to decipher the words as they ostensibly moved down the screen at an unprecedented pace.
“Now, I don’t like to uh, uh, you know, uh, outline the next steps we’re taking against uh, I-I’d like to outline the next steps we’re taking against [inaudible], uh, the Omicron variant,” Biden attempted to say.
Joe vs. Teleprompter pic.twitter.com/WAq2htf1dI
— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) January 13, 2022
One message that Biden managed to get across was his belief that mask-wearing is a “patriot duty.” However, the President’s pleas were ultimately drowned out by his overwhelming issues with speaking, which appeared to gain the most attention by concerned Americans online.
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“Vaccinations are obviously the most important thing we’re doing, but they’re-but they’re not the only important thing. First, masking-masking-masking is an important tool to control the spread of COVID-19, and when you’re indoors, in public places, you should wear the mask,” Biden said.
“And [inaudible] there are a lot, you know, lots of different kinds of masks out there, and the C-C-Center-the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the CDC, says that wearing a well-fitting mask of-of-of-of any of them is certainly better than not wearing a mask,” he stammered.
Biden: "Please wear a mask. I think it's part of your patriotic duty" pic.twitter.com/iyVm0eNJ3f
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) January 13, 2022
“It was well fitting, what if, uh, over your nose, and but, it’s about one third, about one third of Americans report they don’t wear a mask at all. As I’ve said in the last two years, please wear a mask. If you’re in a, you know, uh, I-I think it’s part of your patriotic duty, it’s not that comfortable. It’s a pain in the neck,” Biden attempted to say.
Amid the spectacular verbal performance, Biden had also urged big tech companies to act against anyone who spreads COVID-19 “misinformation or disinformation” and demanded that they work with his administration to do this, National File previously reported.